Category: vintage furniture

Heywood-Wakefield: Vision + Innovation

I get excited when I find Heywood-Wakefield furniture in my travels. Their modern designs, introduced in 1936 and in continuous production until 1966, encompass the entire period we think of today as “mid-century,” and played an important role in the evolution of furniture.  The Brothers Heywood The five Heywood Brothers of Gardner Massachusetts made chairs with a foot powered […]

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Jean of Topanga

I like to find out as much as I can about the furniture I sell. So when I came across this table by Jean of Topanga, I wanted to know more.  I found a few other examples of his work, all stools of a particular design, kind of like a modernist milking stool, which he […]

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